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Texas Tech Public Media is thrilled to invite you to a special meet-and-greet with Collette Travel at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27, 2023, at our television station in Lubbock. (Scroll to the bottom for location details.) All are invited and welcome!
Join us at the Museum of Texas Tech for a conversation with Captain Scott Kelly who speaks on the importance of astronomy, the future of space exploration, and unique insights into the challenges of life in space.
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TEXAS WILDLIFE: OUR FUTURE brings attention to important work being done across the state to protect delicate wildlife habitats, threatened animal species, as well as showcase the wonder and splendor of the Texas outdoors. Tune in January 31 at 9 p.m.
Each of us can make Texas a better place to live, work, and play. Discover simple ways to Take Care of Texas in your daily life, order free publications and educational materials for kids and adults, and get involved in the Take Care of Texas community.
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Learn about free and fun kids events—hosted by Texas Tech Public Media—right here in West Texas. Sign your child, grandchild, niece or nephew up for free!
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
PBS provides amazing resources for parents, including articles, videos, inspiring ideas for engaging activities, games, recipes, print materials, and so much more!
Did you know that Texas Tech Public Media and PBS have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more for teachers like you? Unlock the power of PBS LearningMedia!
A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE
A collaboration between Texas Tech Public Media, the Texas Tech University School of Music, and pianist Mark Lowrey enables violinist Annie Chalex Boyle to re-record "O Holy Night" after an audio technical difficulty occurred at the 65th Annual Carol of Lights.
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Planning for your future helps you protect the things that matter most. From finances and inheritance to future health decisions and providing for loved ones, preparing an estate plan helps you create your legacy. Put your mind at ease by planning your future today!
Texas Tech Public Media hosts a local College Board AP Summer Institute. It's a game changer for school districts, as it provides local training for teachers leading AP courses that help students prepare for college.
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